Landscaping & Lawn Care Services in Nashville

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Landscaping & Lawn Care Service

in Nashville

Turf Managers has provided professional landscaping and lawn care services to residential and commercial customers in Nashville, Franklin, Brentwood, Belle Meade and other surrounding areas in Tennessee for 20 years. Contact us today for great service from a reputable, locally owned company:

(615) 269-7706 or support@turfmanagersllc.com

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Services

Turf Managers services both business and residential lawn and landscape customers, as well as homeowners associations, churches, schools and other property needing to be maintained with services such as:

NEW

SKEETER DEFEATER

Introducing Skeeter Defeater. This is our 8 step mosquito control program for your lawn. This service is a great value and will allow you to enjoy the great outdoors all summer long without getting eaten up by SKEETERS.

Lawn Care

Fertilization & Weed Control

Aeration & Over Seeding

Tree & Shrub Care

WINTER SERVICES

Offered by Turf Managers

Shrub Trimming, Mulching, Tree & Shrub Installation, and Leaf Removal. Contact us today to learn more.

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December Lawndry Lines 2018

With Turf Managers LLC being a born and bred Tennessee company, it is impossible to go through a Tennessee Christmas with out saying Merry Christmas Ya’ll. We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday season and we […]

November Lawndry Lines 2018

Fall in Tennessee means there is a lot of work to do in the lawn. More work than usual!! We have the answer to getting these services done. The answer is, call us 615-269-7706, and we will do them for […]

October Lawndry Lines 2018

Unfortunately, we got almost ALL of Septembers rain in 5 straight days. We did need the rain for Aeration and seeding. We are 100% into Aeration and Seeding season. The temperatures and rains are starting to help in the process. […]